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1 Okt 2018

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KnowTheChain

KnowTheChain: Ranking of 38 food and beverage companies on efforts to address forced labour in supply chains

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KnowTheChain ranked the top 38 global food and beverage companies on how they address forced labour risks in their supply chains. Unilever remains the top-scoring company (69/100), while Kellogg (66/100) overtook both Coca-Cola (62/100) and Nestlé (58/100) to secure the second-highest score. The average benchmark score was 30 out of 100 possible points... 

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